The Duchy of Brunswick is a Constitutional Monarchy divided into forty-four constituent countries, known as provinces (German: provinzen) while under Ducal rule, and one autonomous territory, the Vatican City.
A province must have all of the land in its borders under control of the Duchy before it may become a province. Each province falls under the governance of a Statthalter (Governor), appointed by the Duchess and the Ministerial Cabinet. The Statthalter heads up a territorial cabinet which consists of a committee that helps manage the territory, similar to the Ministerial Cabinet. Each citizen of these territories is entitled the rights any normal citizen of the Duchy would posses, including the right to question their government if necessary. The only territory without a Statthalter is the Vatican City,whose government is headed up by the Pope.
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